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he first English Baptist congregation (practicing adult baptism by total immersion) was founded by John Smyth in Holland in 1608. The movement, like other Dissenting sects, grew in strength during the Interregnum (1649-60). After that time theological differences provoked a split between Particular and General Baptists that was not reconciled until 1891.
- Charles Haddon Spurgeon, the great Victorian Baptist preacher
- Spurgeon and crisis in Baptist (and other Evangelical) autobiography
- The Anti-Slavery Campaign in Britain
- “Exeter Hall Spite” —Punch, the Baptists, and the Eyre Affair in Jamaica
- “The Bold Governor Eyre and the Bulls of Exeter Hall: A Song for the Streets”
- Exeter Hall
- Anglican Baptism, Christening, and Churching
Last modified 26 July 2019